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Atlanta, GA, February 21 2015

The Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha take over continues on the East Coast, with Martin taking the win in Atlanta

Not only does Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha have a point’s leader on the West Coast, but the team now gets its first win at the second round of the East Coast Series.  Jeremy Martin seems to really have found the confidence that he rides with outdoors, on the supercross track. He showed some impressive speed this weekend, made some great passes and won his first final this season. Anthony Rodriguez had top ten finish, taking eighth in the final. 

Picture:Steve Cox

Picture:Steve Cox

Arlington, TX, February 14 2015

Arlington, Texas was the opening round of the East Coast Series. The Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha East Coast riders, Jeremy Martin and Anthony Rodriguez, showed that they had the speed and skill to carry through the team’s success on the East Coast. Jeremy finished fourth in the main and Rodriguez was running in third for most of the race but crashed, finishing up in thirteenth.

Picture:Steve Cox

Picture:Steve Cox

San Diego, CA, February 7 2015

Webb Takes his fourth win of the season in San Diego

The point’s leader, Cooper Webb, had an amazing come-back and won the final, after a horrific crash in the first practice. Teammate Plessinger had a challenging evening but managed to finish in fourteenth. 

Webb has now leads the championship by thirty points.  The West Coast supercross will take a seven week break and resume on April 11, in Houston Texas. 

This weekend, Star’s East Coast riders, Jeremy Martin and Anthony Rodriguez, will race at the opening round of the East Coast series, in Arlington Texas.

Picture:Steve Cox

Picture:Steve Cox

Anaheim 3, CA

A double podium for Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha at Anaheim 3

The Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha riders, Cooper Webb and Aaron Plessinger were the highlight of the night, at Anaheim 3. Webb took his third win of the season and Plessinger finished third in the main, which is a great accomplishment, for the team’s rookie.   Cooper now leads the championship by 18 points and Plessinger moves up the rankings to 6th.   

Picture:Steve Cox

Picture:Steve Cox

Oakland, CA

For the Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha riders, Oakland proved to be an eventful night. Both Cooper Webb and Aaron Plessinger were involved in incidents that were out of their control; however their results showed that they were able to pull through in tough situations. Plessinger finished seventh in the main after having to go to the last chance and Webb came all the way to second, after an aggressive move from another rider put him on the ground. Webb now leads the championship by eight points.

Picture: Steve Cox

Picture: Steve Cox

Anaheim 2, CA

It was only in August of 2014, when Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha won its first outdoor championship. Jeremy Martin held the red plate for the entire season before winning; now Cooper Webb claims the plate, in the 2015 Supercross series. Webb’s sheer determination to win, was evident, when he came from the back to win this weekend’s final. Aaron Plessinger took a tumble in the main, which sent him back, but he persevered and finished thirteenth. 

Picture: Brandon Biro

Picture: Brandon Biro

Phoenix, AZ

The Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha West Coast riders, Cooper Webb and Aaron Plessinger showed off their raw speed and talent, at the second round of the Supercross Series. Plessinger’s performance once again indicated that he is on the brink of being a podium finisher. In the main, he came close to passing for third but a small error led him to finish in fifth place. Cooper Webb was the fastest in practice and qualifying, and took his first ever supercross win.

Anaheim 1, CA

The Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha’s West Coast riders, Cooper Webb and Aaron Plessinger, showed that they meant business, at the first round of the West Coast Supercross series. Plessinger had an impressive ride for his first ever Pro Supercross race, finishing fifth in the main.  Webb qualified in pole position. In the main he got caught in a pile up, which set him back, but he then went on to put in some of the fastest lap times of the night and finished seventh.

Picture Cred: RacerX/Cudby

Picture Cred: RacerX/Cudby

Monster Cup 2014, Las Vegas, NV

Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha’s Aaron Scott Plessinger really stepped up his game at the Monster Cup 2014. Despite having never raced supercross before, Aaron won both motos and took the overall, in the amateur All-Stars class.  Teammate Cooper Webb finished up the day in sixteenth position, in the 450 class, after having crashed in the second moto. 

         

Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha awarded National Team of the year

After a season of moto wins, holeshot awards, a championship win and just pure domination, the Yamalube Star Racing team has had a pretty amazing year of racing. For all of its achievements this year, the team was awarded National Team of the year. This award in itself speaks volumes and shows how Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha has really excelled above all of the 250 and 450 teams competing in the championship.  

Picture Cred: Racer X/Cudby

Picture Cred: Racer X/Cudby

Tooele, UT

The final round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series ended in a similar fashion to that of the start, with the Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha boys stealing the show. The 2014 champion, Jeremy Martin, won both motos with teammate, Cooper Webb, taking the holeshot in the first moto and finishing third overall. This has been the team’s most successful year by far, thanks to all of the sponsors, riders and crew, who have worked so hard to make it happen.

Picture Cred: RacerX/Cudby

Picture Cred: RacerX/Cudby

Crawfordsville, IN

The eleventh round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship was muddy.  Jeremy Martin scooped up the championship after the first moto, when he finished second. Webb had a few spills, in the Indianan mud, but his fast pace allowed him to make up time and he finished the moto in sixth position. Both of the Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha riders went down in the second moto. Webb came back to fifth and the newly titled champion, Jeremy Martin, came back to fifteenth.

Cooper Webb finished fifth overall and Jeremy Martin finished eighth.  The spotlight now turns on Webb, who will be competing for second place in the championship. The ultimate round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will be at Tooele, Utah, on August 23.

Picture Cred: RacerX/Instapics

Picture Cred: RacerX/Instapics


Jeremy Martin Wins the Championship at the penultimate round in Indiana

Jeremy Martin has undeniably dominated this season.  He has held the red plate after each round of the Championship. Finally, after a muddy first moto, at the eleventh round in Indiana, he is awarded the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross lites title. This is Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s first outdoor championship, and will hopefully be the first of many more to come.

Picture Cred: RacerX/Instapics

Picture Cred: RacerX/Instapics


Unadilla, NY

After a weekend off the Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha team was back in full swing at the tenth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series at Unadilla, NY. Point’s leader, Jeremy Martin, had another consistent ride, finishing second overall, which secured him a sixty-six point lead. Teammate Cooper Webb was seventh in the first moto but dnf’d the second moto. Webb finished fifteenth overall and is now third in the championship.  The eleventh round will be at Crawfordsville, Indiana on August 16.

Picture Cred:RacerX/Cudby

Picture Cred:RacerX/Cudby

Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha Rider Selected for Team USA

Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s Jeremy Martin has been chosen to represent team USA at the Motocross of Nations, which will be held in Latvia on September 27-28. After Jeremy’s dominating season, he was an obvious choice to race at the most prestigious international motocross event in the World. Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha is proud to be a part of this year’s US team, and looks forward to the upcoming event.

Washougal, WA

The Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha team had another podium finish at the ninth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series in Washougal, WA.  Nearing the end of the season, points leader Jeremy Martin, played it safe, going four-four, and taking third overall. Cooper Webb was right behind him with a fourth overall finish.  Unfortunately the team’s rookie, Anthony Rodriguez, crashed in the second practice and was unable to race.

Pictur Cred:Racerx/Cudby

Pictur Cred:Racerx/Cudby

Springcreek, MN

The Springcreek track was Jeremy Martin’s playground, just as it had been when he was a kid. He took the overall win at the eighth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series and furthered his championship points lead.  Cooper Webb redeemed himself, after an unfortunate crash in the first moto. He got the second moto win, which gave him the third podium spot for the day. He also moved back up to second in the points standings.  Anthony Rodriguez finished twelfth for the day. Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha heads to Washington for the ninth round of the series which will be held on July 26. To really put results in perspective, for the first sixteen motos, Star riders have been in first or second position in fourteen out of sixteen races.

Photo Cred: Raxer X/Cudby

Photo Cred: Raxer X/Cudby


Buddscreek, MD

Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha gets three top ten overalls at Buddscreek       

The seventh round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series, at Buddscreek, MD, was hot and humid. All three of the Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamahas were in the top ten with rookie, Anthony Rodriguez, having his best race of the season yet.

Anthony Rodriguez got two solid results for the day, finishing ninth overall. Jeremy Martin got second overall and Cooper Webb finished fifth. After seven rounds, Jeremy Martin remains the one and only points leader for 2014, in the 250 class. Round eight will be at Springcreek, Minnesota, on July 19. 

Picture Cred: RacerX/Cudby

Picture Cred: RacerX/Cudby

Redbud, MI

Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha scoops up their 4th overall win at Redbud         

The Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha team put on a spectacular show for the fans at Redbud on the Fourth of July weekend. Jeremy Martin won the first moto and Cooper Webb won the second moto, with Martin finishing close behind in second place. Jeremy took the overall, giving Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha their 4th overall win of the season. With half the season gone the Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha team has won 8/12 first places and 7/12 second places. Unbelievable.

Picture Cred:RacerX/Cudby

Picture Cred:RacerX/Cudby